Dr. Scott Wilde has worked at Baylor for the past 14 years as a Senior Lecturer with the Mathematics Department in which he teaches Calculus, Business Calculus, Linear Algebra and Statistics. Prior to Baylor, he taught at UT Arlington and has worked as a construction project manager. Dr. Wilde received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Mathematics from Washington State University and B.A. in Mathematics from Eastern Washington University.
Dr. Wilde has served as a faculty advisor to the Baylor Math Club for many years. Joining him is his wife of 22 years, Shari, and they have four children: Laura, a Secondary Math Education major at Baylor; Jeffrey, an Aeronautical Engineering major at Texas A&M; Tamara, a 10th grader; and Zackery, a 6th grader. Dr. Wilde enjoys playing basketball in his spare time and going camping and fishing anytime and anywhere the weather cools off.
Of his Faculty-in-Residence position in Brooks Flats, Dr. Wilde says, "We so enjoy being a part of the Baylor community outside of 'normal' school hours and interacting with students in their daily lives while they follow the path that God has for them."